The United States has advised people with an allergic reaction to be wary of vaccinations against coronaviruses, which are currently being developed by Pfizer-Bioentech. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advised on Saturday. According to a report by the UK-based news agency Reuters.
The FDA advises Americans with severe allergic reactions to avoid Pfizer’s Kovid vaccine at this stage. The company has advised such patients to talk to doctors if necessary for safety reasons.
The FDA director said at a press conference. Peter Marks. “We’re telling people that if they don’t have a serious allergy to the vaccine or any of its components, they can take it,” he said.
Earlier, British authorities issued a similar warning about the vaccine. This warning was issued within 24 hours of the start of vaccination in the country. British health officials have advised people with a history of allergy not to take the Pfizer Corona vaccine.
Two of the commentators already had allergies. Authorities issued a warning after the injection had a severe reaction. Stephen Poise, medical director of Britain’s National Health Service, said two people with allergies were in stable condition. They are recovering fast. His recovery rate is also comfortable. However, as a precautionary measure, this vaccine should not be given to those who have a history of allergy.
The United States is clearly following in the footsteps of Britain in vaccinating people with a history of allergies.
FDA director said. Peter Marks said that about 1.6 percent of people have the same or different environmental allergies to food or some environment. However, many people will not be able to get the vaccine; This is definitely not what we want.
Meanwhile, Pfizer officials said on Friday that no major allergies were reported during a large-scale clinical trial of about 44,000 volunteers.
The United Kingdom is the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer-Bioentech vaccine for emergency use. Several other countries, including the United States, later allowed the vaccine.